Apart from my love of writing and hearing from readers, I thrive on the connections that are constantly occurring in this literary world. Through social media, conferences, writing groups, there are always new and interesting people to get to know … and, of course, everyone has a story. The fabulous Christine Hart is visiting withContinue reading “Your Date Coach is here … got questions?”
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A roadtrip to Gourdon
If it’s Friday, it must be France … My plan was to have you join me for a roadtrip to one of our favourite destinations when we had friends visiting. The perched village of Gourdon has, as the sign says, a “Panorama Grandiose” … say no more. The view is worth the drive and theContinue reading “A roadtrip to Gourdon”
Listen to Kristen … then just do it!
Happy New year everyone! As 2012 gets under way, I’ve been immersed in reading other blogs about whether or not to make resolutions.It’s kind of a natural topic du jour at the beginning of January. I stopped thinking about New Year’s resolutions years decades ago. Don’t wait for the beginning of a new year toContinue reading “Listen to Kristen … then just do it!”
WLC YEAR OF THE INDIE CELEBRATION
Got some last minute gift purchases to make? Click here for a one-stop shopping solution and THE BRIDGE CLUB is part of it. Take a look! Happy shopping and I wish you all a joyful holiday! The Year of the Indie Celebration Begins TODAY! Dec 24-31 110 Authors! 110+ eBooks! *Buy 3 Get 1 FREE
Toronto’s Famous People Players Inspire And Delight!
FPP’s Mission Statement: “OUR MISSION is to inspire people to achieve more. To instill in the hearts and minds of everyone that dreams can come true when you believe in yourself.” On Saturday three generations of our family laughed and applauded our way through the afternoon performance of the Famous People Players holiday presentation.Continue reading “Toronto’s Famous People Players Inspire And Delight!”
Bonjour mes amis!
Please join me in the south of France for the summer! My husband and I have rented an apartment in Antibes between Nice and Cannes. We have visited this area on several vacations and fell in love with the beauty, the history, the culture, the people, the weather … I could go on but youContinue reading “Bonjour mes amis!”
2011 BookExpo America – what’s new and what’s next!
There’s a lot of book buzz in The Big Apple this week! The largest annual book fair in the United States is being held May 23 to 26 in New York City. Commonly referred to as BEA, BookExpo America is the book industry’s premier trade show in the USA. Locations sometimes vary but each springContinue reading “2011 BookExpo America – what’s new and what’s next!”
My guest blog on Girlfriendology
You can never have too much to say about the special girlfriends in your life. Click here to read my guest blog on Girlfriendology’s website in honour of the great ladies in my Bridge Club!
Girlfriendology – what friendship is all about!
Here’s another great website. Girlfriendology celebrates the meaningful friendships women share. Their posts are informative, entertaining, and important, supported by relevant links. The interaction of their thousands of followers speaks to the popularity of Girlfriendology. They have just begun a Wednesday page where women can send in photos of their girlfriend groups and I’m sharingContinue reading “Girlfriendology – what friendship is all about!”
Thank you, Audrey Grant and Barbara Seagram
What an honour to have The Bridge Club read and reviewed by the internationally renowned bridge educator and author Audrey Grant as well as Barbara Seagram, owner of the popular Barbara Seagram School of Bridge in Toronto. Audrey’s article is in the current publication of Better Bridge and Barbara’s can be found on page 6Continue reading “Thank you, Audrey Grant and Barbara Seagram”